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Natural Help for Hormonal Migraines

Due to getting my gallbladder removed in 2008, I started having migraines. In 2022, I found that if I took Excedrin Migraine or any other Tylenol product I started having panic attacks. I had to cut the medicine out cold turkey and find other ways to deal with the intense pain that often surrounded certain points of my menstrual cycle. My worst pain days are the day before my period, the third day of my period, and the day after my period ends.  Recently, I've started some new routines that have made a dent in the severity and frequency of my migraine headaches. I had to learn how to use caffeine strategically and that means sometimes not having my cup of tea first thing but wait until a headache starts coming on later on in the afternoon. I also try to avoid being caffeine-dependent. I'm not a coffee drinker. Caffeine can make perimenopausal anxiety much worse.  I might have it a couple of times a month, but I prefer to drink a blend of caffeinated and decaf teas. When I make

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